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Lesson 45 A cup of coffee

Christine: Do you like coffee, Mrs Price?

Ann: Yes, I do.


Christine: Do you want a cup?

Ann: Yes, please. Mrs Young.


Christine: Do you want any sugar?


Ann: Yes, please.


Christine: Do you want any milk?


Ann: No, thank you. I don't like milk in my coffee. I like black coffee.


Christine: Do you like biscuits?


Ann: Yes, I do.


Christine: Do you want one?


Ann: Yes, please



New words


like /lʌɪk/ v. want/wɒnt/ v.
do /duː/ v.  


Notes on the text


1. Auxiliary verb “Do”

They like these books

Do they like these books?


I want some coffee

Do you want some coffee?


2. Yes, I do is abbreviation of “Yes, I like coffee”.

3. Do you want one? ---- here one means ‘biscuit’

Lesson 46 Do you like?

Do you want?

fresh /frɛʃ/ adj. sweet/swiːt/ adj.
egg/ɛɡ/ n. orange/ˈɒrɪn(d)ʒ/ n.
butter/ˈbʌtə/ n. choice/tʃɔɪs/ n.
pure/pjʊə/ adj. apple/ˈap(ə)l/ n.
honey/ˈhʌni/ n. wine/wʌɪn/ n.
ripe/raɪp/ n. beer/bɪə/ n.
banana/bəˈnɑːnə/ n. blackboard/ˈblakbɔːd/ n.
jam/dʒam/ n.  




A. Complete these sentences using off, over, between, along, in front of, behind, under or across.


1. The aeroplane is flying ……. the village.

2. The ship is going ……. the bridge.

3. The children are swimming …….. the river.

4. Two cats are running ……. the wall.

5. The boy is jumping ……. the branch.

6. The girl is sitting ……. her mother and her father.

7. The teacher is standing ……. the blackboard.

8. The blackboard is ……. the teacher.


B. Answer these questions.



Do you like eggs? Do you like butter?
Yes, I do. Yes, I do.
I like eggs, but I don’t want one. I like butter, but I don’t want any.


1. Do you want honey?

2. Do you like bananas?

3. Do you like jam?

4. Do you like oranges?

5. Do you like ice creams?

6. Do you like whisky?

7. Do you like apples?

8. Do you like wine?

9. Do you like biscuits?

10. Do you like beer?

Lesson 47 The Sawyer family


The Sawyers live at 87 King Street.

In the morning, Mrs Sawyer goes to work and the children go to school. Their father takes them to school every day.

Mrs Sawyer stays at home every day. She does the housework. She always eats her lunch at noon.

In the afternoon, she usually sees her friends. They often drink tea together.

In the evening, the children come home from school. They arrive home early.

Mr Sawyer comes home from work. He arrives home late.

At night, the children always do their homework. Then they go to bed. Mr Sawyer usually reads his newspaper, but sometimes he and his wife watch television.


New words

live /lɪv/ v. usually/ˈjuːʒʊəli/ adv.
stay/steɪ/ v. noon/nuːn/ n.
home/həʊm/ n & adv. afternoon/ɑːftəˈnuːn/ n.
housework/ˈhaʊswəːk/ n. arrive/əˈrʌɪv/ v.
lunch/lʌn(t)ʃ/ n. evening/ˈiːv(ə)nɪŋ/ n.
together/təˈɡɛðə/ adv. night/nʌɪt/ n.


Notes on the text


A. 1. The Armans --- the family of Arman

2. go to school

3. in the morning/afternoon/evening; at noon/night

4. v – adverb: arrive home; arrive early

5. Do housework

Take somebody to ……



B. Present simple

she   v+ s or es
n (singular)



She comes home. ( not she come home)

He catches a bus. (not he catch a bus)


Lesson 48 What do they usually do?

every day in the morning at noon
  in the afternoon at night
  in the evening  




A. Complete these sentences.



She wash ... the dishes every day.

She washes the dishes every day.


1. The children go …. to school in the morning.

2. Their father take … them to school.

3. Mrs.Sawyer stay … at home.

4. She do… the housework.

5. She always eat … her lunch at noon.


B. Write questions and answers



she, morning, often, dust, the cupboard

What does she do in the morning?

She often dusts the cupboard in the morning.


1. she, always, the bed, make, morning

2. morning, he, shave, always

3. they, sometimes, evening, listen to, stereo

4. we, always, everyday, the blackboard, clean

5. they, night, always, to bed early, go

6. she, type, every day, the dishes, wash, always

7. they, afternoon, drink, usually, some beer

8. my friends, often, read, newspaper, evening

9. students, knives, sharpen, morning, always

10. Sara and I, sweep, every day, usually, the floor


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